10-15-2009, 02:17 AM
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Really sorry to hear you are going through a rough patch. I went thru a similar situation, where I had also bought a gelding from a rescue. Found out a short while after owning him, that he also was a dangerous rearer and would flip over (along with another dangerous behavior problem).
Tried to work thru it with him, didn't work out and I ended up sending him back to the rescue where he came from. As it turned out, that rescue sold him again as a "safe kid's horse" to a family where the husband ended up being so severely injured after a fall from him that he ended up suing that rescue facility for millions.
The sad risk of getting a horse from those places. When you think you are doing something great, you sometimes get problem horses that have been in bad hands. Really sorry you went thru this.
Sending you some hugs from home.